month - EASA Convention report ...
EASA Question of the Show: What is more challenging: Hiring, or training?
...the EASA Show in photos
...Efficiency at the DoE - Is this finally the final Final Rule?
...State income tax strategies
...Stressing machine safety for workers
......New mobile applications for engineering tasks
...Jerry Finnegan, Gem State Electric Co., Garden City, Idaho...and more
From our editors - frequent updates of what's happening now, what's new, and who's making news in the electromechanical industry.
In every issue, our Training Briefs department publishes announcements of workshops, seminars and instructional materials of value to members of the electromechanical industry - and in July we feature an annual Training industry update. Contact us for more information.
From Electrical Apparatus' Engineering Editor, Richard L. Nailen, technical information of interest created especially for our web audience.
Announcements of meetings, business conventions, and other events of interest. See featured calendar items from the current issue.
The next issues of Electrical Apparatus will feature: A "repair shop" is more than a "rewind shop" (read an online summary)...Shop Story: On the job at York PA's Motor Technology, Inc. ...Post-show review and pictures from EMCW Expo ...Face and eye safety protection ...Weighing U.S. tax benefits of S corporations ... helping veterans to pursue careers in engineering ...Ranchers and Capitol Electric Motor Repair owner-operators Roland and Ron Harrison of Oklahoma City ...and more...
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